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This is an educational website covering general, inorganic, organic, physical and interdisciplinary areas of chemical sciences.
I launched this website in the international year of chemistry (2011) to help novice to advanced level students who pursue this subject either seriously or as a part of their studies and at the same time to contribute to the progress of science and technology by encouraging people to learn and question, especially by participating in the discussions at forums.
On this site, you can find study material, notes, in detail explanation of topics and a place to discuss your doubts and homework. You can freely download and print most of the pages on this site. I am also offering online coaching for CSIR NET exam.
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Every time we attempt to envision a science laboratory, the scenery that strikes our mind is full of glazy glass equipment with vividly colored liquids and the people wearing white aprons and doing some sort of mixing and shaking to be fascinated at changes that most of the times accompanying the liberation of fancy gases.
That is actually a chemical laboratory, often used by movie makers to impress us. Most of the times, this eye soothing laboratory environment kindles curiosity and more or less intellectual inquiry about science. And all the credit goes to chemistry.
However, when it comes to the actual learning process, especially at high school level, the chemical equations written in the text books seem to be sacred mantras and vigorously agitate the tender brains of pupil.
Now they start asking what is this mystery?
It is observed that most of the students develop a taste of disliking towards this extremely important field of science and try to avoid as much as possible due to unhappy experiences and failures they face while learning this subject.
|Chemistry is the systematic study of composition, synthesis, properties of substances and the changes they undergo.|
It involves interpreting, correlating, and predicting the properties and structural aspects of an enormous range of materials along with the possible interactions between them. It investigates the ways in which they interact or undergo change to form new substances.
Chemistry is not an isolated discipline but closely related to and interwoven with other branches of scientific discipline like physics, biology, geology etc., and some times lend the physical principles from other areas of science and technology to understand the structure, characterization and properties of substances. As is true for other sciences, mathematics is an essential tool to understand the innate nature of chemical sciences.
The etymology of the word chemistry has been much disputed and obscure. However most of it is evolved from the medieval practice of alchemy. The foundations of this fascinating subject can be found along the timeline of development of science and technology from ancient times to modern era.
Learning process, just like any other subject, involves a very simple approach. Start with the basics. Read and try to grasp as much as possible. Note down the important points. Ask your self lots of questions. Discuss with others. That is all.
Chemical sciences is broadly divided into following branches.
This branch deals with general aspects of understanding chemical sciences and includes topics like Atomic Structure, Periodic Table, Chemical bonding etc. Mastering this part is necessary before venturing into the ocean of alchemy. One can learn the inner structure of atoms, electronic configuration; about elements and their classification; interaction of atoms with each other to form chemical attractions; intermolecular forces; writing chemical equations etc.
An unavoidable branch that addresses the basic principles of physical science involved in chemical systems. Questions like why a chemical reaction occurs and how fast it occurs are explained here.
It deals with the chemistry of all the elements, in the periodic table, and their compounds, except that of carbon. It is a broad and complex field which overlaps with other branches of science and is growing at a rapid pace. It includes topics like main group elements, transition and inner transition elements, coordination chemistry, organometallics etc.
A very important area of chemical sciences that deals with the study of structure, properties: both chemical and physical, synthesis and applications of organic compounds, which always contain carbon as one of the element. This field is closely related to biological sciences and is a necessary part in their studies.
Another important interdisciplinary branch that deals mostly with the chemical analysis and separation techniques using electroanalytical, spectrochemical and kinetic methods. Very hot topics like chromatography come under this branch.
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